Along with the new colors and artifacts, the PICT program is also creating new state-of-the-art exhibits. Craig Cassidy was inspired by some simple buliding blocks that were available to children to create their own pueblo village. Craig expanded this idea, and used modern technology to make his dream happen. The village of Kuaua was created digitally with Auto CAD, then 3D printed. An iPad app was designed to interact with the 3D printed pieces. As each piece of Kuaua is placed on the iPad, information about the village is displayed along with images of scenery and artifacts. As your 3D pueblo grows on the touchscreen, it is populated by villagers, animals, and crops. We are very excited about this project, and are constantly impressed with what the PICT students produce.